Surfing in Lombok
Perfect all-levels waves, stunning scenery, and a laid-back vibe
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Nayaka Surf School
Nayaka is a local owned Surf School based in Senggigi. Our team consists of dedicated and qualified professional surf instructors who graduated from the Lombok Tourism Department School. Whether you're a beginner or an intermediate surfer, our experienced instructors will help you improve your skills and ensure a fun and safe surfing experience. By enrolling with us, you become a donor supporting educational initiatives for orphan children and dog shelters. We provide surf equipment, insurance, First Aid kits, and lifeguards for safety, and offer Video Coaching with Go Pro and Nikon cameras.
What makes Lombok a great surf destination?
Lombok is a great surf destination due to its year-round consistent surf conditions, warm tropical waters, and uncrowded waves. The island's southern coastline is especially popular with its challenging and exciting waves.
What are the best surf spots in Lombok?
Some of the best surf spots in Lombok include Desert Point, Gerupuk, Ekas Bay, and Mawi. Each spot offers different levels of difficulty, wave breaks, and scenery.
What is the best time to surf in Lombok?
The best time to surf in Lombok is from April to October when the swells are the largest and the winds are the calmest. However, there are also good surf conditions throughout the year, with the exception of the rainy season from November to March.
Do I need to bring my own surfboard to Lombok?
No, you can rent or buy a surfboard in Lombok. There are many surf shops and rental places in the main surf spots like Kuta and Gerupuk. However, if you have specific preferences or requirements for your surfboard, it might be better to bring your own.
What else can I do in Lombok besides surfing?
Lombok offers a range of activities and attractions besides surfing, such as hiking to Mount Rinjani, visiting cultural villages, exploring waterfalls and hot springs, and relaxing on white sand beaches. The island is also famous for its spicy food, handicrafts, and Sasak traditional music and dance.
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